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lost sight of. The histories of the remaining 30 are as fol-loAvs: One died of Bright's disease, one is a chronic invalid from a non-tuberculous illness, and two are Avell enough to work and are believed to be in good health and free from tuberculosis. Of the remaining 26, 8 have died of tuberculosis and the rest are either inmates of the parish hospital, suffer¬ ing from tuberculosis, or are in failing health from this, cause. Thus, out of the 30 only 2 are in good health at the present time.doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500360060016 fatcat:gyj7e7jkqbg3jdgzupx72f42ku